by Zach Spencer Hot on the tail of the Windows Update, we’ve released a new version of Covenant Eyes for the Mac. This version (1.3.3) is available from our download center, and can also be upgraded to by right clicking on the Covenant Eyes icon in your dock, and clicking “Check for Upgrade…” This release is to fix an issue with uninstalling Covenant Eyes on Mac OS X Leopard, which would cause the Internet to be unavailable after removing the program.
by Zach Spencer Jim Rose, our chaplain here at Covenant Eyes, has provided us with a good hours worth worth of teaching on integrity in relationships. He calls it “Building Integrity in Relationships – How to have an Accountability Relationship that Works.” We’ve broken it up into four segments, and this is the first titled “Building Relationships of Trust.” Enjoy! Since this one is really small, we’ve included a bigger version in our Help and Support Center. You can also download the video/audio files below.
Well, we’ve just released a new version of Covenant Eyes for Windows. It’s available from our download center or via the “Auto Upgrade” feature that is built into the Windows software. Remember! All upgrades to Covenant Eyes software are completely free to you, and always provide some enhanced functionality, stability and/or compatibility. Here’s a quick list of features for your viewing pleasure. Simplified Filter Overrides – (Now you can override the blocked page as soon as it is blocked by providing the Filter Guardian’s username and password! No more right clicking the Covenant Eyes tray icon, then finding the actual … Continue reading →
On September 27, 2007, 4 blocks from the Alamo, the Municipal Auditorium in San Antonio was the location of the first stop on Casting Crowns‘ 80-concert tour, The Altar and the Door. Mark Hall (lead singer and writer) is amazing! Here he is, a major “celebrity” in the music world, by anyone’s definition – but that is NOT his main thing. Mark is first and foremost the Youth Pastor at Eagle’s Landing Baptist Church near Atlanta, Georgia. I visited him on a Wednesday a few weeks ago in his office, as he was preparing for youth group that night. It … Continue reading →